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—. 1995. ‘A Fortified Palace in an Ancient Painting,’ in: Śri Nāgābhinandanam, Dr. M. S. Nagaraja Rao Festschrift, Bangalore, p. 435–44.

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—. 1983. ‘Ein Zyklus des Buddhalebens in Ajanta,’ in: Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens 27, Wien, p. 113–148; trans. in: Schlingloff 1987, chapter 2.

—. 1977a. ‘Die Jātaka-Darstellungen in Höhle 16 von Ajanta, in: Beiträge zur Indienforschung, E. Waldschmidt zum 80. Geburststag gewidmet, Berlin, p. 451-478.

—. 1977b. ‘Zwei Malereien in Höhle 1 von Ajanta,’ in: Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, Supplement, 3, 2 (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz GmbH & Co. KG), p. 912–917.

—. 1977c. ‘König Prabhāsa und der Elefant,’ in: Indologica Taurinensia 5, Torino, p. 139–152.

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—. 1973a. ‘Prince Sudhana and the Kinnarī,’ in: Indologica Taurinensia 1, Torino, p. 155–167.

—. 1973b. ‘A Battle Painting in Ajanta,’ in: Indologen-Tagung 1971, Wiesbaden, p. 196–203.

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—. 1946. Ajanta: Monochrome Reproductions of the Ajanta Frescoes Based on Photography, vol. III (London: Oxford University Press).

Zin, Monika, and Dieter Schlingloff. 2007. Saṃsāracakra: Das Rad der Wiedergeburten in der Indischen Überlieferung, = Buddhismus-Studien, 6 (Dusseldorf: Eine Veroffentlichung des EKO-Hauses der Japanischen Kulture e. V.).

—. 2003a. Ajanta—Handbuch der Malereine / Handbook of the Paintings 2, Devotionale und Ornamentale Malereien / Ornamental and Devotional Paintings (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz), German. English trans. in press (New Delhi: IGNCA).

—. 2003b. A Guide to the Ajanta Paintings 2—Devotional and Ornamental Paintings, I-II (Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal).

—. 2000. ‘Two Nāga-stories in the Oldest Paintings in Ajanta IX,’ in: South Asian Archaeology 1997, Roma, p. 1171–1199.